BOSTON – Marcus Morris and reserve Jaylen Brown scored 22 points each for the Boston Celtics, which defeated the Indiana Pacers 135-108 at TD Garden on Wednesday.
Morris logged eight rebounds and Brown seven for the Boston team (25-15), which won its fourth straight game and held on to the third spot in the Atlantic Division.
Jayson Tatum scored 20 points and Al Horford another six in the 18 minutes he spent on the court.
Domantas Sabonis lead the Pacers’ (27-14) attack with 20 points. The team is now ranked second in the Central Division.
Victor Oladipo contributed 17 points and reserve Kyle Quinn another 11 for the Indiana team.